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Poem Details | by Debjani Mitra |
Categories: love,

Silent Love

He couldn't take his eyes off her
as pink  blushed in his deep alluring stare.       
Sentiments suffused in delicate dance,   
vibrations pulsed relentless in veins.    
Calm muted moon, in cloudless sky,
ebullient dewdrops in hypnotic trance
Begins an envoy, infinite, endless... 
as white noise around, bring grace solace.                                   
A name of love, whimpers in silence.  
A kiss said it all,.... what was left unsaid.



23rd April, 2019
Line Gauthier's "What was left unsaid "Contest


Poem Details | by Ngoc Nguyen |
Categories: color, future, humanity, people, race, racism, society,

The Absence of Color

The absence of [man's] color will win: white,
     black, yellow, or red make no difference
     in the life-and-death crush of existence
that rocks and shocks with might but is not right!
Clear and sheer-like, with stealth it comes like night
     in strength and power, like a deliverance
     about to split apart Intolerance,
the racist's slight, and the mean bigot's bite.
It is right; and has the appearance of
     soft, subtle Light that reforms the old view,  
and shines a vision of a world suffused with love,
     grace, spirit, and clear sight in hearts anew:
our tribes can live in peace and soar above
     as One, when our disputes become one hue.


Poem Details | by Benjamin David |
Categories: flower, immigration, love, nature,

I Wander For You

Ensue the view of morning dew
In beauties beau that cries for you
The sprinkled sprew cries in two 
As the morning dew lies for you

Blossoms blow in nightly kiss, 
loving's glow when hearts we miss, 
For art thou love and art thou thine?
She is but love and therein mine

Caressing cue in sky-lit blue 
In eternal dreams I long for you 
Dancing dew's red poured petal
Glancing pew as pollens soared settle

We kiss and caress in a suffused glow 
Our love will fluoresce with the infused blow
Beauty weeps but it shall grow;
Ask the heart for thou shalt know

Poem Details | by Benjamin David |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, flower, hope, love, nature, romance,

Flowers

Kneeling upon a smile to touch the vine
Scentful seeping in blissful sensation
Leering beauty and plucking temptation
Just one piece of nature's heaven divine

Arose to steal a kiss from sunlight's ray
Like morning's dew upon a suffused glow
Facing the zephyr where the blossoms blow
Where pollens aflutter towards the bay

Poem Details | by Ajitha Sharma |
Categories: beauty, i love you, love, night, romantic,

Come to me - Anacreontic verse

Tonight as the world
sleeps, come to me dear.
Silently
as the moon shines bright 
and the stars
scintillate,
come to me.
Warm as chocolate,
honeyed lips
drive out cold.
Lustrous mane 
bathed in silvery,
rich moonlight,
tickle me awake!
Lambent face
suffused with
sublime joy,
love radiating
from within.
You make me complete.
Come join me
in my quest
of eternal bliss!
Come to me,
never leave!

29th October 2015

Poem Details | by mark escobar |
Categories: faith, inspirational, places, christmas, christmas,

The magic of Christmas

So colorful and festive
that Christmas brings to us;
preparations abound elsewhere –
with gifts, kind thoughts and generosity.

Young and old alike share
what Christmas means to them.
A celebration of faith, an act of life
shown with love and loyalty to God.

Mammoth crowds emerge on the horizons
shoppers found in malls, post offices
and other retail stores.
Like a magic, they meet in different places.

It’s a season suffused with life
pregnant with meaning
and significance.
Like a magic that draws us to reflect
Christmas means for all ages.

Poem Details | by JAY HERMAN |
Categories: hope,

The Queen

The Queen

The hushed funereal tones
of a kingdom without heir
belies its peace and prosperity

a dull gnawing ache in the
belly of a nation who hungers
for the soothe of succession

while their queen yearns for
a hero like the one that
yet lives on in her lonely grief

til a blind oracle’s counsel
to seek a frog whom to love
pierces her piteous daze

and as she recalls that the true
valor of he who was her king
was the good he sought in all

she is warmly suffused
with rediscovered hope
and her people rejoice.

Poem Details | by mark escobar |
Categories: faithchristmas, christmas,

The magic of Christmas

So colorful and festive
that Christmas brings to us;
preparations abound elsewhere –
with gifts, kind thoughts and generosity.

Young and old alike share
what Christmas means to them.
A celebration of faith, an act of life
shown with love and loyalty to God.

Mammoth crowds emerge on the horizons
shoppers found in malls, post offices
and other retail stores.
Like a magic, they meet in different places.

It’s a season suffused with life
pregnant with meaning
and significance.
Like a magic that draws us to reflect
Christmas means for all ages.

Poem Details | by Guy-Adler Dorelien |
Categories: lost love, lovesweet, love, sweet,

The perfect scent

All it took was one drop of water,
To fall on her silken gown.

One gentle touch of wind,
To misplace her crimson hair.


With one stroke from our intertwined hands,
To caress down her yearning thighs.

And 
For me to fall in love with her,
And amid the aroma of love that she suffused,
On her soft skin.

We loved and made love,
But such a sweet symphony of angel’s chorus never lasts.


She shared her cherry lips,
With another mortal.

She shared this thing we called love,
With another being.


But the sweet smell of her betrayal,
Never left the comforts of my bed.